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"nta" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast
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"nta" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Sis thousand runs at quantum is there because the quanta Q. NTA dot com I think that's a website correct that's correct all right good enough thanks so much okay analyzes professional yeah that happened just recently recently I don't even tell the kids like in a little early but you know triple a double a whatever we're talking about nature and nature feeding you long and from right there who walks in the door Dennis Calvert talking about how this wasn't the greatest segue ever well he's like a mountain man with with by a large so a solicitor point what a smart guy and I'll tell you what he's he's like you who kinda dispels the myth around the stuff right talk about by our personal streets here walk about studio talk about what you guys do this you guys are going to come through the year can you believe that while I can't believe it of course but I'm not surprised once remind our viewers our listeners what what buy a Largo does and with one of the last we ever attempt to CEOs are now in Schaffhausen happen this is like you firewall because right they are so much we interview people yeah talk about you guys were set yeah so life sciences right so worried engineering and science focus on solving some of the biggest problems that we face on the earth in for life and so we make like better rice or from some clean air clean water even have students from care products as to where this hardcore innovation team based on science engineering out tax and some of the biggest stuff that the world is facing I mean that's that's it my friend Eric rice is a quantum.
"nta" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Sis thousand runs that doesn't have a quantum is everybody quanta Q. NTA dot com I think that's a website correct that's correct all right good enough thanks so much okay analyzes professional yeah that happened just recently recently I don't even test the kids like in a little not building but you know triple a double a whatever we're talking about nature and nature feeding you long and from right there who walks in the door Dennis Kelleher talking about how this wasn't the greatest segue ever he's like a mountain man with with by a large so a solicitor at point what a smart guy and I'll tell you what he's he's like you who kinda dispels the myth around the stuff right talk about by alarm persons greatest here welcome back studio talk about what you guys do this you guys are going to come through the year can you believe that while I can't believe it yes of course but I'm not surprised once remind our viewers our listeners what what the final order does and with one of the last we ever attempt to CEOs in Ellen show doesn't happen this is like you firewall because right they are so people still talk about you guys were set yeah so life sciences right so were in engineering and science focus on solving some of the biggest problems that we face on the earth and for life and so we make like better right so from some clean air clean water we have students from care products and so we're this hardcore innovation team based on science engineering out tax and some of the biggest stuff that the world is facing I mean that's that's it my friend Eric rice is a quantum.
"nta" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Sis thousand runs as as a quantum is everybody quanta Q. NTA dot com I think that's a website correct that's correct all right good enough thanks so much okay analyzes professional yeah that happened just recently recently don't even test the kids like in the little league but you know triple a double a whatever we're talking about nature and nature feeding you long and from right there who walks in the door Dennis Calvert talking about how you lose is it the greatest segue ever well he's like that the mountain man with with by a large so a solicitor at point what a smart guy and I'll tell you what he's he's like you who kinda dispels the myth around the stuff right talk about by alarm persons greatest here welcome back to the studio talk about what you guys do this you guys are going to come through the year can you believe that while I can't believe it yes of course but I'm not surprised once remind our viewers our listeners what what buy a Largo does the last we ever attempt to CEOs are now in Schaffhausen happen this is like you firewall because right there are some people still talk about you guys were so yeah so life sciences right so worried engineering and science focus on solving some of the biggest problems that we face on the earth and for life and so we make like better right sort of some clean air clean water even have some advanced wound care products as to where this hardcore innovation team based on science engineering out tax and some of the biggest stuff that the world is facing I mean that's that's it my friend Eric rice is a quantum.
"nta" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Is mostly clear, sixty degrees. What's going on? We had the answer. The father of the twenty two year old Christopher Morgan, the West Point. Cadet killed in yesterday's rollover. Crash in morning. Lisa, g reports Christopher Morgan, senior of west orange says his son Christopher Lee's behind a legacy that would take most people are longer to achieve gentleman people. Rule how you treat them how you want to be treated in was the star wrestler, at west orange high school and the first person from the school to be accepted into West Point his father added, his son was a great leader. And he's great Bill to have had him as a son. Lisa, g NBC News Radio New jersey. Hospital undergoing psychiatric evaluation after attacking in the east village last night, and NTA driver in good Samaritans credited with taking the deranged men climbed onto the windshield at eight twenty last night near fourteenth street and second avenue. Cops say he started stabbing at the most of the Tilleke until the driver started tackling the guy on lookers also rushed into help hold him for police sports, the keys to Cleveland two minutes to Colorado to one checking the traffic in Ben lower deck of the doors. Washington bridge closed for construction, only outbound upper level, two lanes are blocked traffic delays on the outbound Holland tunnel. Two lanes closed on the jersey sewn on fourteenth street four construction and at the Lincoln tunnel. Inbound south tube is closed. Heavy on the Winston spur of the turnpike southbound from eighteen to sixteen w construction, the two right lanes and a flipped over tractor trailer route eighty westbound exit four just the left lane open bang-up permits. Twelve BQ crash in the left lane. Southbound by the Kaczynski go bridge. No. To go the weather forecast for tonight clear, low sixty to sixty five Saturday. Sunshine, eighty degrees sundae mix of sun and clouds, high near eighty Monday,.
"nta" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"But you know, at some point we gotta learn that lesson you I want to kind of get away from the game. And talk about something I noticed with your team that I think is really cool. I'm watching Marcus Howard, go off against Butler. And sometimes a guy has big nights and the teammate resents him, or there's you know, he's a pig and all that. And I thought I thought all your is really cool, these spree decor that your team has even though you've got a guy, I know Hauser's all that. But you got a guy who's really doing a coach. And I think that's a testament to you, and the culture that you've built I really do not think it's very cool. And I want to commend you and your team for that. No. I appreciate that. And certainly we've had a very selfless group. Be overwhelming majority of the time. I mean, this is been a great group to be around. I love the guys in our program. And it says says a lot about them as you mentioned codes that wouldn't you know, you got a guy who's going off that you know, there can be there can be resentment. You know, I've been on and seen teams and been around teams where that happens that hasn't happened with our group and markets has had a spectacular year and our guys support him our guys help him. And that's that's been one of our strengths throughout the course of the season. See when you when you look at your team, you say we can be really good. If we want. Well, we got a know there's a number of things that the very first thing that you always come back to his attitude. We have to be as connected and competitive as we've been for for the most part of the year. You know, I think we've been really competitive and we've been connected, even when things have necessarily look like they're going to go our way and games. We've we've been resilient. We gotta get back to being that hungry that Hungary group, and then, you know, obviously from a basketball standpoint, our defense has been significantly improved. That's gotta be that's gotta stay constant. And then on the offense of end is taking care of the ball and striking the right balance between inside and outside play. We try to give people inside, you know, from a coaching standpoint on this we call it, the world's greatest podcast, exactly. That may be understating. What do you do? Now. You lose a game. You know, you balance rest, and you balance tired and you balance, but you also gotta get better. And you also got to prove your point take us through what will happen today with Marquette next couple of days to get you ready as you move forward and play Villanova, right? Yeah. Thanks, reminding me. You know today actually is a mandated NTA day off. That's not how I choose for it to be. But you know, we we have to live by the rules that we have. But you know, tomorrow will will probably go twice, and it's not physical. It's mental and emotional. You know, because I think you're you're heading your heart needs to be in the right place before your execution can be there and understand why we we weren't as good as we've been and meet the meet those troops had on. And then we gotta get we gotta get onto Villanova. I mean, this you got to get onto the next play as as you guys know in conference play once you take a realistic and honest, look at where you're at you gotta you gotta move on and start preparing for obviously Villanova team in program that is you know, as good as it gets right now. You talked about the the meeting you're gonna have with them or a couple practices. You're gonna have with them tomorrow. How does your group? I mean, obviously, you're going to coach your guys hard because you have a real relationship with them. When you have people have to understand you can challenge and push your guys as hard as you want as long as they know, you genuinely care about them as people, and it will want to help them get somewhere. They can't get themselves. But you know, so how much of Saint John's will you cover tomorrow say early compared to kind of flip into page and moving ahead to right here to three or four things today. We've got a really focus on to get ready for Villanova. I mean, we can look at a review mirror..
"nta" Discussed on Comeback Szn
"Join the movement by it for your friends. You won't be disappointed. Okay. So I'm sure you guys have seen, and of course, anytime that there's incidental, a allegations that are coming out during the offseason that's everywhere. Because right now you've got the urban Meyer stuff which as we're recording this, we're still waiting to see if he's going to be reinstated at Ohio State and what that's going to be that new should hit at any. Point today on Wednesday, but then you also have got these NCWA things that are happening at am because a former linebacker Santino Marquis all who's now at Arizona with Kevin, someone is alleging that JIMBO Fisher and his staff have created a culture at am that's harmful for the student athlete. He says that some of the coaches were paying guys to host recruits. He saying that he was misdiagnosed with an injury and that he was forced to play through it. And all of that comes back to he's asking AirAsia for a waiver request so that he can immediately play at Arizona and with the new transfer rules. It's saying, okay, well, if you in a bad situation at your old university and you can prove that it wasn't in your doing that you could immediately play. So to me, I'm reading this and I'm like, doesn't matter if it's an or not. This is setting a really scary precedent that kids are gonna be like, oh, I want to transfer whether they're injured or not, and they're gonna throw their former program under the bus. The fact that this is happening is not good for the incident. A. and for schools moving forward, I think it's interesting. NTA is allowing people to, I guess, rat, you know, and and just go ahead and and and do what happened yesterday. I think it's it's interesting situation, Eric. I definitely want to hear what you have to say about it. Yeah. I mean, I go back to the answer to all of this because instead of just bitching about it and complaining about the about what is the solution and have an easy solution. How about we let these young men have representation? And of course the agencies that, but these guys need representation. I mean, from an injury standpoint, I think it's used like I took. We've talked about it a minute ago, functionable agents do, and you know if they're truly is a medical issue, then it's going to be on your representation to make sure you're in the best possible. But you know how it is with injuries, Johnny and college. It's ice in stem stem. There's misdiagnosis all the time everywhere in the medical field, but in football, if they one hundred percent injury rates sport. So I think this is one the NC double aid to give themselves. In a lot of trouble with somebody medical suits that potentially could come out. And I think they have opened the door here because I know the first thing I do when I signed a client that comes out of college and wants to go to the, you know, the NFL is look at their medical off from school and I get their body full diagnosis medically about what is wrong with them. And I will tell you guys, very rarely are these guys healthy? Okay. Coming out of college after a long season, and then you look at their medical file and nothing is matching up, and I'm not saying they intentionally keep information out of kids medical file, but you know, there is a conflict there. So I was lucky my my time if I would have just had the us out compliance or any of the people that were available from school to handle any of the problems that I had with the NCAA..
"nta" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Military veterans to regular human beings with normal jobs as really bad ass so dallas gonna come down thursday we'll be talking about that but my guess down the show as documentary filmmaker chris bell ofra nta mine i'm known him forever and chris bell you know he suffered from opioid addiction he was hooked on pain pills had both hips replaced real real got nothing real bad way and he made some really great documentaries bigger faster stronger a love that trophy kids i haven't seen yet prescription thugs i love that one and his new documentary is called a leap of faith and i watched this and it was fascinating and it comes into play because as chris bell comes out of rehab and you'll hear in his story you know he got off all the pain pills buddy was still in pain so what do you do if you're still in pain but you're dicta pain pills or you can't take pain medication turns out front of his name horseshoe doodoo use be with wwf way back day smarten him up to create m k r a t om and i'll read you something off the wikipedia page and it says i guess active ingredients and create a ms metro jonah specie osa enter tropical evergreen tree in the coffee family native to south east asia crate him is indigenous to thailand in asia malaysia myanmar and papua new guinea where it has been used in traditional medicine since at least the nineteenth century crate him has opioid properties and some stimulant like effects in so we'll get into a discussion about how this was able to help chris get out of pain talk about what the government's trying to do with it or against it his experience with it and i have a bottle sitting right here on table i'm not hurting right now so i'm not taking any of this stuff but it's highly interesting and chris man when he does his research on this stuff he really goes full tilt of information being discussed an.
"nta" Discussed on The Kevin and Ryan Show
"And regularity i think is probably the most important tip but i can give anyone the next one is temperature and the vice here's keep it cool i think many people probably have had this advice before around about sixty five degrees fahrenheit is optimal which sounds probably a little bit too cold for most people if you want to you can go to bed with socks on if you get cold feet that's often complaint with cold rooms but cool it must be because you'll brain has to drop its core temperature by about two or three degrees fahrenheit to initiate sleep so that's the reason that you will always find it easier to full sleep in a room that's too cold than to halt because the room that's too cold is at least taking your brain buddy in the right thermal direction for good sleep in i'd been told by physician that by sleeping slightly colder temperature you do get more deep sleep is that true is true yeah the some marketable cities we've played around with his two you can essentially design what looks like sort of a wet suit which has lots and lots of veins in it that you can actually fuse water into so you can exquisitely control the temperature of any part of the body you can manipulate the hands just the feet or the core of the body is crazy type of stuff these experiments and soon they would start to play around with cooling of the body by refusing it with woman cold water and indeed they were able to find that when you are when you're locally cooling the core of the body but warming up the extremities you able to drop copen temperature initiate considerably more deep sleep sometimes between twenty and thirty percent more deep sleep allow especially in older adults to an olds away we see the most dramatic reduction in deep sleep while that's exciting but yeah i mean that's a wonderful you know potential nta teaching technology.
"nta" Discussed on The Jump
"And lucky nta inns and suites look at q dot com and win at business this weekend are saturday primetime games james harden sleepy three and the rockets hosting russell westbrook okay see that's a game the funder have to win our coverage tips off nba countdown eight o'clock eastern on abc and guys is interesting we know the play for keeps in that game but what about the rockets they've got the top seed in the western conference got home court advantage throughout the entire postseason house did they approach the regular season games look for them to have a long run in the playoffs this year we know what happened to james harden and that game six of no running out of gas ep has been banged up with a hamstring so give him opportunity to rest let's see what they could do when they all you know fully healthy and ready to go i think they should treat these last few games like an and one mix tape tour and see how much hardened can embarrass his opponent because he'd been in his bag all years he said but i do think dan tony talked about it before he wants them to be in rhythm more so than the rest of for the playoffs and so i think he needs a couple more a little bit more taste of it right and so i would rest james harden chris paul and clint capella against the thunder for example because i want no part of stephen adams in the pain russell westbrook attacking me or something like that but all the maybe one or two of those other games i say you go full full squad see what happens for a player playing those games but severely limited minutes.
"nta" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen
"Dan system in which some of these billions are going to the players in the form of scholarships but none of the billions are going to the players in the form of cash money the system and have to change but also if we didn't watch them we wouldn't get to see awesome buzzerbeaters and i deserve awesome buzzerbeaters after all i've been through joining us now is our chief hypocrisy correspondent ben mathis valet who will throw his whole entertainment system and the ocean as a symbolic rejection of everything the nta stands for and will then jump in the ocean to watch michigan's first round game against montana at nine fifty pm eastern on thursday night hello ban it's a complicated plan that i'm i'm the thing beneficially waterproof tv the scuba gear has been rented john beeline endorsed approach to watching the first round nca tournament ban as you noted in a piece we published on sleep on sunday the resent fbi investigation into players getting paid under tape the table has been kind of a precipitating a van broadly four people like lebron james people like in gaik mission around silver people like barack obama to say that the nta system is not sustainable that amateurism is broken but i kind of call bullshit on that because as long as we continue to watch tournament as long as the tournament continues to be such an amazing and successful product i think the nca tournament is sustainable is that if he right or wrong way to think about this i think that's the right lane think about it i mean i i'm gonna i'm guessing debt barack obama who famously filled out march madness bracket i think every year he was president with.
"nta" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Army navy game lot i love the game but i wish i could why does this why does in college football star thirty our season a little later like the nfl say the second week in september valley pushed for you uh there has to do with the main reason is this uh college football has one stand alone weekend of the season it is that first weekend labor day weekend and as you know you live in the northeast the next weekend it's wall to wall of the nfl starts on thursday with usually the super bowl champ college football doesn't have a thursday night game they may have a off for amber they don't have a main thursday night game and then it's shot then it's sunday monday all the way through and college football only has at what that's what you see thursday friday saturday sunday and monday games bright how 'bout good they do you probably the only thing they can do is probably start earlier metro i want to add but college football there that the week zero they have some game and australia you could legitimately start the season that we can probably have to stand alone weeks where does anyone want to see a college football game on august 25th there are probably not yeah you're right especially in college station texas could day install oh on nta you like god rules for any uh power five conferences where each school would have a bye week you know an additional by week well it's anything some years there are uh this was not one of them but a think two years ago there are there they have double buys uh now the problem with a double by uh if you think the schedule is bad right now.
"nta" Discussed on The CyberWire
"And we used some algorithms the we've developed that are in the gel category of network traffic analysis nta which are specialized algorithms week devolved that by inspecting the network traffic can highlight vulnerability such as connections to the public internet what types of operating systems are running on the devices what types of pal scenes are installed in the network and using that analysis we came up with some data points that are pretty eyeopening i would say the i i'd agree will wanted to take us through some of the key findings in the report sometimes these networks are described as being hard on the outside and saw on the inside like eminem cabbies and we foundered they're definitely sought on the inside but they're actually not that hard on the outside either and there's this myth of the air gap that uh because these networks are separated from the internet or from corporate it networks and air gaps from them we we don't have to worry too much but patching more monitoring what we found was that nearly a third of these networks are actually naked to the public internet so that was the first big the second big one is that these network have a lot of legacy windows machines in them we found that riyadh or of these sites have legacy windows machines like windows xp windows 2000 with means they're not getting security pact has for microsoft anymore so even if you want at the patron which is difficult process in a note the environment impact and if you wanted to operate all of them that's a big path because they're running all kinds of skate applications that might be tied to a particular version of windows and it'll be a pretty maps of upgrade dot.
"nta" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Yes the nta gesave buy up lots of them yeah lots of them i i agree i think it was a good move to legalize it you know we don't have medicinal reasons for alcohol or problems philadelphia hearthealthy we are pretty sure that up to be hard healthy alcohol is beneficial right a look in monterey in mileage literally not arrest road one and two a day for men one for women things you know when your marriage in a doctor as you know you got a little empty mary to dr um i just find a crazy 'cause i didn't even know that there was such an opioid problem but i all i hear is people up in arms about marijuana and i feel like that should have been a no brainer to legalize with restrictions as alcohol has restrictions of course and of course they need to set something in place just as a you know in the field a officer can see if someone's under the influence and shouldn't be driving you need the same things for marijuana but everyone so focus on the marijuana and there's a suit opioid problem but i think of alcohol is legal marijuana she'd be legal to us i agree responsibly use responsive and we've had this huge debate is is marijuana gateway drug to use of other drugs i don't think so my in expert opinion in john wall know but there is a certain group the yes you can't deny the fact that urge those people and that are going to harder drugs let's start with marijuana so but may have gone there anyway probably good point who knows i dunno yeah no i think it's great i've been.
"nta" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Was all sorts of fucked up why is this happening and why are you know the university's getting money making money off minutes whereas this is were making money off facilities in logo zain jerseys that's different um i think the door is always open frontier boy football to come back the thing is i got to imagine that even if it was like cool we can do it again eta would look into like it never sold that well like we're in a different era now we're games take so much longer in cost so much more money that i really don't think you can sit there be like all right now we are gonna make an unsuitable a game cause i just it's so much harder to do that england your turning around and ps two that's one thing but like you know playing madden tied round the games gas i finish along shutting it was fun and i went and actually played a game of madden finally 'cause i've just been doing the story motorized and i was like holy fucking shit does this look amazing like it's insane how good that game works and it was like but hurry up at that level of polish into the nc the blake every year yeah exactly so it's like i just don't know if there is a market further i would love it i would love to play the mizzou tigers wants more doing a playstation 4 but i don't see happen at that's like the problem is is that like for for somebody to do this they would have to go to bat first and out a corporate level how do you justify that when like i imagine the ncaa games due cannibalize on modern quite a loss lecture i'm sure that some people to by both of them but like are they really like college football fans out there who love college football so much that they wouldn't who would want to play an nta game who wouldn't play madden yeah like do you think there is no i know there are leery because that's the thing thinking up i culturally i'm just like cher outside of the easier way to do this right is that.
"nta" Discussed on The Morning Breath
"The doctor who the streets and your city and that gives me to qualify yep yeah well that's great and so some of the most important issues here campaign so now before we wrap things up just want to talk about your platform you running as an independent identify as an independent because i want to i are running all political parties can gemy wanted me this then allow these political parties no to do they stay in the hands out they want to get raise money through the due to the uh either democratic or republican potties and then they get jobs are wanted people come to me for jobs your when i want you to come to me kushtia believe in me i don't want to be beholden to everybody not the democratic party and that's what this of freight about and also the republic applied olympic gold anyone i wanted to be beholden to the people new york city that's the problems i'm they can control me and i think everyone in the blood zia we did a facebook paul we named the blasier myself picture him may and the guy massey this before dropped out it came out i got fifty one percent the blood you got thirty massey got nineteen the next day he dropped out so this something going on and yeah are uh springing me here today i think i reach a lot of people who understand what their fears off and what the problems on the city and unita fighter i thought i been right a business a successful multimillion dollar business for thirty two years minorities are ninety eight percent of my employees his arm for subsidising people make of the thirty thousand tips travel on the nta to travel in the subways let's help network let's let's.
"nta" Discussed on Thompson & Trudell
"The anta a nta they are enjoying the fruits of him being a prominent member on right now the most popular team in the nba world the warriors are all right now mainly the best seem ever enter arguably up in the next four or five years they are going to be on the forefront of the end of basketball exposure worlwide more so than any other franchise because of the way they set up eventually lakers are going to get back there too and legs always upfront because of their brand they're still huge around the world obviously of so but the right now i would say when it comes to brand the nba brand worlwide it's lakers more is wanted to to in one or whatever and everybody else watson lie behind that in in honestly it's a really smart move for answer to of cotton quicko years ago and because there's no better publicity for them there's no better way to validate their company than an actual an american player who could be with nike reduce or whatever wearing their shoe in the finals yeah but with millions of people watching oliver world they are obsessed with basketball in china the you these guys like heroes and michael i i what i'm happy about his for the thompson family during the cash injection china for years and years and years well years and years ill list his cheques not mine 'cause i got my my treasure buried of course but nobody's irs up my point is if my when my sons are cashing jagdeo make me happy now familia abhors i shown to be successful in in financial rewards so porous that have not in force oh he's got a great a business partnership blow with antle when china right now and not over there when he goes of here for his tour for his uh enforced clinics with with the kids i mean it's got a tornado in crowd cinema clubs to guide us go to the club's house a onetime thing he probably ought.